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About Acton-Boxborough Family Network

Acton-Boxborough Family Network (ABFN), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit group of local parents working together to increase and improve local resources for families with young children. ABFN members share the goal of connecting with other parents and families in order to develop social, recreational, service, and cultural opportunities for families and their young children. Our members live in Acton, Boxborough, and many neighboring towns.

ABFN membership enables the entire family to participate in the many ABFN-sponsored events throughout the year. We offer seasonal theme parties, monthly story hours and craft hours, weekly outings, book group, weekly playgroups, educational seminars, moms’ and dads’ nights out, and more. Our members also receive our bimonthly newsletter, discounts at local businesses, and access to our online member forums. 


Details of Membership

Annual membership costs only $45 for the entire family.

You need not live in Acton or Boxborough to join ABFN! Our members live in neighboring towns as well as in Acton and Boxborough.

Complimentary “Secondary Member” accounts for your partner, caregiver, grandparent, etc.

If the membership fee is a hardship for your family, we offer a reduced or waived fee. Please contact the Membership Chair directly. All inquiries will be kept confidential.

More About the Benefits of ABFN Membership

Joining ABFN is easy and can be done online! If you have questions about ABFN membership, please contact the Membership Chair.

We accept checks and credit cards for membership fees.
To give a gift membership, please contact the Membership Chair.

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Inclusivity Statement

As a part of our commitment to developing and sustaining a vibrant community, we strive to create an environment of inclusivity. ABFN welcomes all people regardless of their age, culture, disabilities, ethnic origin, gender, gender identity, marital status, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status. It is our goal to be inclusive, mindful, and respectful of this diversity in our programs and interactions with others.